The role of the Registered Nurse or Newborn Care Provider is to feed, soothe, bathe, change & provide all other gentle care to baby through the night.

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7 Power Breakfasts for New Parents

Everyone has a favorite dinner they like to bring new parents when a new baby is born, but what about breakfast? Here are 7 Power Breakfasts for New Parents, packed with nutrients for parents of newborns and twins. Coffee First things first: coffee! It’s no secret that caffeine is the beverage of choice for sleep […]

Self Care Plan for Moms & Caregivers

As a counselor to new mothers and caregivers, Christina M. Schultz, MA has seen many women experience, “caregiver burnout” or complete fatigue, exhaustion, depression, resentment, loss of identity, and sense of low self-worth.  To help those who may be at risk of burnout, Schultz has created this Self Care Plan for Moms & Caregivers. I often hear […]